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COMMITTEE for RESPONSIBLE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT

~Committed to Conservation, Education and the Preservation of our Natural Resources~

"Promoting Science Based Wildlife Management Decisions for a Better Massachusetts"

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Strategy to Fulfill our Mission

The formation of the “Committee for Responsible Wildlife Management” (CRWM) was proposed in the Fall of 2007 by concerned citizens of Massachusetts who believed that in recent years, there has been an urgent need for people to be reintroduced to and reconnected with the true meaning of conservation and the proper management of our resident furbearing wildlife.  In 1996, Massachusetts lost the ability to regulate and manage furbearer populations using the most effective and efficient tools available.  Since that time, state and national organizations have come together to form a unified, scientifically sound approach that needs to be promoted and utilized here in Massachusetts.

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Our Strategy to accomplish this includes:

bulletThe cultivation of positive relationships with our representatives.  This is critical to ensuring our political decsions are based on the best possible science available and not influenced by emotional justifications.   It allows for an informed public to be involved  and participate in a meaningful, positive way in the political process.

 

bulletThe creation of a statewide network on individuals willing to get involved.  These citizens will help disseminate factual information locally and provide timely accurate information to the district representatives and senators.

 

bulletCreating an active membership willing to attend public hearings on furbearing wildlife issues, and participate in lobbying efforts at the state house during critical periods.

 

bulletThe encouragement of a healthy public sentiment in favor of better laws to protect our natural resources; to assist in the enactment of laws for the adequate protection and management of these natural resources.

 

bulletThe distribution of information to help foster a public understanding and appreciation of the  importance of wisely managing and conserving our furbearing wild resources, for the benefit of both wildlife and society.

 

bulletThe public promotion of  wildlife management, using the most humane and best methods available.  All of which are based on solid science and years of dedicated research.

 

bulletThe encouragement of a healthy public sentiment in favor of better laws to protect our natural resources; to assist in the enactment of laws for the adequate protection and management of these natural resources.

 

bulletProviding access to essential information, and provide that information through seminars, presentations and workshops concerning proper wildlife management and the critical role trapping plays in state wildlife management plans. 
 

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